The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 27, 1931, Page 2, Image 2

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DEI ELSE DEflTI
Cov.lcs'cnd rIss Leuc!cs to
Prefer Gallows Rather
Than Life Terms ;
'. (Continued from- pa- 1)'
wound the rest of the stats' clr
cucisUnti&l argument, that Mrs.
Bowles was s tat.be .1 to death be-
udm she stood in the war of bar
hatband's continued association
with Ills former employe. .
Points Accusingly TA
"ITs tor opportunity." he con
tinued.- "they were there "alone
with that woman. There was noth
ing found on that knife except
fingerprints And Jthet fingerprint
wan BowleaV '
Th state's arrament waa the
signal for a bitter, relentless at
- tsck from the defense. -
The district: attorney etflee
was charged with kfdns unfair,
with manulacturlas. evidence, and
with euneressinr -other evidence.
'TV. Lair Thompson. - unci ., of
Row lea. and chief of defense
counsel. : was followed by . John
Collier, whose denunciation of
state's attorneys cut through the
air like a whip lash: '
?r Thar nlanted Tldsaee,"
Thompson declared. "Thoy plant-
ad evidence to force an Improper
indictment and to pat these Jwo
in Jan. These detectives who take
reporters with them, who -lira on
nnbUdtr. were making a sensa
tional case."
'The district attorney'a office
! says opportunity for tbe-erinje ex
isted Thompson continued. "It
is aa plain as a tower ox jeweia
on a dark, night that there was
no opportunity. They coaia . not
hope U esc .pel"
Prefer Gallows
"To Irtoom Terms
- "ThtM'two rersoa Thomp-
mn indicated Bowles- and Mhs
Loncks ""camiet live In a penl-
tonttarr they would rather be
executed. There la no middle
around here. This la either a moat
horrible and heinous crime, er
else It fa last as these two-per
sons aay It is." -
Thoaapaoa reviewed the testi
mony of- six prominent physicians
who testified for the defense and
Indicated their belief the wound
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low - Rna- Oesa
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when opening
a New Month
Ij Income
Savings Ran
or a .Com-
Flail at our new office either by snail or in
person . . Sting, in or matt $5 r siere nd ,
the Book Rank will be. given yon imme
diately restrictions. I
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v SALEM . . . y
V . 344 State St. 1 O1
" Telephone ICS L'S
in Mrs. Bewlea breast was self-
inflicted. . ' M ir- '-
"What happened Inside that
apartment is shown in more than
the defendants', statements.' he
declared. "The dead woman speaks
for herself. The wound speaks In
tones yon cannot-' deny .and
through Dr. Meane (on of the
physicians) to say she did com
mit suicide." !
Collier leaped Into the argu
ment with a bitter denunciation
of .'Lengley because the pros edi
tor did not outline in his opening
statement the state belief that
Bowles guided the knife that kill
ed his wife. ;
Belated Theory
Draws Attack i
"The opening statement ad
vance, no theory J "Collier declar
ed, "and it the state, doe not ad-
ranee- a theory before testimony
Is atafted. It is not being fair to
the defendants, and we, their rep
resentatives, must alt mate not
knowing what the state will say
because the- state has the- closing
argument of the case. "' ' -
'It is not the duty ot the dis-.
trlet attorney to hit below the
belt it Is last a much his duty
to protect people as to prosecute
them, end-it is the duty of the
lurv to place an innocent con
struction. i auea can be placed."
5iw yon (see why there is a
law aarlax that if circumstances
can be construed consistently
with Innocence yon most find
them Innocent.' .
W. B. Hare ard Wallace Me-
Camant were to follow Collier for
the defense. George Mowry. ac
tive 'presectdr.wlll conclude the
case for the elate.
It was expected these, argu
ments would b finished, and Pre
siding Judge George R. Bagley'a
charge to the jary completed be
fore adjournment tomorrow, tu4
thai before another evening pass
ed the IS solemn-faced, attentive
Jarors wlil have received tne case.
In concluding his argument,
Thompson, unci to the million
aire defendant, prefaced his plea
tor aeealttal with the declaration
I am defending my own blood.
Price of Rails
Will be Probed
L i ; "
WASHINGTON March It.
(A?) Initiation of an Investiga
tion into the price ot steel rails
by the anti-trust divtalon of the
Justice department waa announced
today by Attorney General Mit
chell. The investigation was un
dertaken et the request of the
Interstate Commerce commission.
Mitchell said no specific corpora
tions were named.
s. ss
Sneiii tk limul Sutemeat af
0m iaa tUi lilt Iaasrsnea Company
Pailadelahia; is the KUt I lnasy.
TMtts, m -the Harty-fint r et !
W, laSO. a4 -t the- bnvmc Cosv
onarrf M Bum ! vzveaa. prm
. t' Uw; -
CLPXTaX. -AMoaat
f Mprttl tork pId up, Koaa.
INCOME
Tati praariam ineaaM for fa Tr,
$72.11t,M.S. (
lmumax. aivutcnds aaa reota nevlTM
arimr ka Jr. t?,20S.aS.S.
Iinm Iras' etber Marc raeeWad
dnriar yari .272.50JI5. ..... J
Total taawsa, f lozroo.ses.ii.
UiaBUKSSXENTS
Fai4 far laaaaa, w4wanli, aaaaitiaa
id aanaaJar W 30,&SS,12.2S.
BtTMaarfa ai iMtlicrkaUer. tadnS-
las iataaaat vaia- aadr iaatala paii
eiaa. Sariaa taa rear. SlC.08a.7SS.lS.
' iivMaa aaid ea aapital ataca aartag
IWr aar. Nana.- i
CaauBiaaioaa aed salaries Mi aonag
Ika ntr.' Sa.aaO JS.a.
Taaaa. liecnaaa aae f aas Pai eanag
tka vasr. S10T.t?ft.38.
MwMi af au ataar axraanairBraa, fa..
Tatat aapwaitaraa. f7S.SSI.101.Sa.
. assrra i
Tataeef raai aetata awae (narkrt
valn. SSaaSSUSl.
Valaa at aaafc aa aaada - awae
(aaMMisa ml). SlSS.ees.TSe.10.
!. aa iwan aa collateral, ate-
sioa.Ti.s2.ia. e
Fnatai aataa sa pauej laaat, f 8V
SM.aasjBT. i - r
Caaa te tanks aad aa Taaa, SS.S1S,
SS3.12. t
- Kal nolleaa aa SafaRaS pTasaiana,
sii.awsjs.iz.
lataratt sad, rests das sad seemed,
S7.7as.ssi.ia. i ,
(Hkrr iam(wt.
.Tata! aaaarttaa iwlt, S458.S85.932.14.
f Vtt raaarreai SS8S.472.852.77.
Oraaa rlaiaa far loaaai aapaid. ' S2,
rr.s2s.is. i
DiTideada ta a1Irrbolaars das r da-
aimre. S41.43S.S47.S1. r ,
Baaarra -far rIUy aad aaaat flae-
taaltaa. S2.O6.SSa80.
AU tkar liaMUtia. tM39.T95.ll.
Total liabilitina. axolBsivs of Capital
atOCk, f4S.S9,3.1.
, BUSINIMS IK OSEGOS
KWTHI TKAK-
Grata premium, xaaaiTa daria fba
raar. tZQlMlAS.
PreaUssis sad dividaads retnraed lar
iat tie rear. saS.TSS.82.
Laaaaa paid daring taa raar. 8184.188.-
00. . i
Kaaaa ef- Coasaaajr, Paaa V atrial Ufa
luaauet Company.
Kaata af Preaiieat. Williaat a, law.
Kane af BaerwUrr. Srdaar A. Swita.
' Statatorr rt aidant attocaay far earriee.
Ruth B. Taaanaon. 1S0S Aaaricaa Baak
Blda, FartUaA Oi
I'
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etner cnsrgts ora. ,;.
4(
LUMP SUM CERTiriCATES.
Visit Our : '
NEW OFFICE
; ; 344 Stale St.
Ik tTEEUUMMES
The
OFFICERS HIS
TO BETOOK
Fred Burke Wanted in Many
Parts of Country for
' ' Dozen' Murders l
(Continued' from page I) ;.
he' could reach for his gun near
by. The officers found 1765 in
Burke's clothes., ',
llxpect Vengeance ! - ' : -t ",
From Gangsters I
Burke apparently believed he
Vas to be meted gang vengeance.
He expressed relief .when he
found his captora were officers.
Brought to St. Joseph, he was
identified by B. T Andrews, su
perintendent of the BertlllioB de
partment Burke first gare his
name 'as Richard Praaklin White,
but later admitted his- Identity,
officers said. ;- ' "
The gangster had been In hid
ing at the home of his father-in-
law, Barney Porter, ' sine last
November, officers said.. However
he made several trips to Chicago
The gangster, said to be pos
sessed of mania for murder, grad
uated from the Kazan Bats school
of crime in St. Louis. After the
St. Valentine, massacre his trail
became obscure. Nearly a year
ago it was discovered he had been
hiding in St, Joseph, llch..
where he killed Charles Skelley, a
traffic officer, to avoid paying a
farmer S5 to repair a fender on.
his can : .1, ,:. s :
Find Sfacbine Gon
Uaed im M aamcre
It was in bla St. Joseph bunga
low officers found the' machine
gun which ballistic experts said
fired the shots that riddled the
Moran gangsters. - p
The slaying of n Toledo, Ohio,
patrolman, the woundinr iof a
Louisville, Kr., bank cashier, the
Hiraiiorea apartment slaying in
Detroit, ransom kidaaolnrs mail
track robberies, and the robber-
ie or banks in Detroit, Cadillac,
rem, ot, and Jefferson. Wis..
are among the crimes charged to
Dismisses Case
Against Savant
LOS XKCTKT.VH ir.H.ii a a
lar t JMMll JnKra WnH..
- - - 11 Muaui
Cosrrare. trwfav ifian.i...4 . M
brought by Ira D. Edward, of
Canwa aM.aa,A a . ...
Banstein, lather of relatlrtty.
tuai iae mue uerman
nrofessor MttA ki ifiBj .u
theory xrom EM ward's book 'The
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" J mm. r asretgra oi XmngS
TI3f ITKALY DIES
T1TTHT.TW T..v T7-
Mrch 25. (AP) Timothy
eiy,. orer wnose bitter
sweet sallies in the House of
uommons old timers still chuckle.
ueoioaay ai tne age ot 75. f
" ' : Ka. S4.
BTUDfli ac tha Rfai..
tna-eaearuy Lifa Iosaraac Catena a t af
"v; ,f Koaaw. la tba Saata of
V-uriaia. aa tka thirtr-frrat dT af Ia-
eaaabw, 1810. auda ta taa fasaaaae
vamauaai4er at ina state el Oregoa,
CAPrTAIt
Aaaaaat af eaaital atk m Skaa
0O0.0. . ' . " 7 '
IKCOUK
Tata! aremlata laaaaM fa lfm
tl.tST.42S.T.
year,
lateral!. aiviJMida aa Mate
darfar taa rear. SS3S.2S2.S1. -
la ran froaa a4fcar Harnt raeairad
aanna; aa year, a.2ix.TS.la.
Xatal rnen; S4.7SS.4S1.B4.
DI8BTJKSE XJNT3
raid far laaaaa, aedoeiaeeuta, snnaities
aaa sarraaaar aalaaa. f 1.084.0887.
XhTMaaaa aid ta aaUeyaaMar dar
laa taa rear, S1.7S2.0S.
Diyideads aaid aa capital stack dar-
Wjr tae year. S20.000.00.
CeeaauMions aad salaries Bald dariag
the year. S40.SS.46. r
A. Taxaa, Ueeaaaa aad fees paid dariag
a yvar. ao,za.ia. .
AaiaaBt a all other expeaditares, fl..
lao.aoi.sa. -
Total zpeadirarM. 11.452,370.11.
' ASSSTS
" r real aatata oa-na (aaarfcat
Talna), S544.S0S.5S. . . ,
a Tala af ataeaa aad beads aeaad faiar
ket er siaortited ealae), 5.698,4fl.44.
Loans a nert gagas aad eaUaterai, ota.
fi.aii,ni., - . . . -
Pramiaa aotaa aad Selicy leaaa, $2.
05S.SI3.7.' : '
Cask ia beaks sad aa aaa. f 105.747.-
Ket nenet sad itttmi sfemlsms,
fS71.178.lS. .
tatarest aad
raata
ao sad
aeeraed.
S117.71S1.
Otfcar aaaeta (aet). S348.S44.S4.
Total . admitted assets. 81 1.149.840.08,
iajkniL,mso 1
Ket raserras. 89.557.20 49. i
' Oroac alalia for leaeea aapaid. 9228,
Ua4aarBabmUaa.SS47.SSl.se.
Total liabilitiea, ajfthuiro of capital
IteCC, ftU.S39.BUl.S4. I -
BUSTKF.SS IW OTttOOK
KOE THK TEAR
Gioca prasaiaasa received, dariag
rear. 33S.909.4S. -
rresatBaia sac meas rerarae aar
lot? tba year.
lioesea
paid dariag tba rear. S 1.800.00
Nsjbo of CoaBoaar. Seaaritr i Ufa - Ia-
saraaeo Oonrpaar of Amavica.
Kaasa ot Praaidaat. kiaebir Doeaey.
Naasa of Baeratarr: Hutr 8. Txaaac
Steietery reaidaat attataay for serrioe.
taaarsaee veamiaueaar.
COMING TO
MQROCCQdfrj
I OA xw '
GRAND Theatre
FRXDAx -
"V
First All.
Talking
Railroad
Thriller
WDIHEIM
. eoaT
ACMSTRONG
OREGON STATESMAN. Sabru
THeGall
Board
Bj OLIVE L DO All
;' : e
"WAKXEIt BROS. CAPTTOIi
Today John . Kack Brown
in The Great Meadow.
Satnrday Bels Lnrosl In
-jrixry Minion . rancu- -
a;
men.
e TTATtVEIl EROS. ELSIXOIIE
Today Bebe Daniels la
Today Jeannette .Mae-
Donald in "jaonie uario. -
Friday John Gilbert in
-Way for a Sailor.? .'.
e ' i ,1 GRAND -W-
Today Lewis Stone and
a": Dorothy MackaliT in t-Ot-,..
flee. Wife.-' : 5 - .
Frtday Loafs Wolhela u
'Danger. Lights."
a
Plunkett Given J
Military Honor ;
At Washington
I WASHINOTON, March it
fAPl The narT said farewell to
daa- to RearLdmiral -Charles Pe-
Shal PInnkett, retired, who died
Tuesday night in the Washington
nsTAl hospltaL i
With fall military honors, his
former companions bore him to
Arlington cemetery," He-was bar-
led beeldehls wife, Jaiis-T. Plan
kett, who died la 1118.
Dogcatcher Led
To House Where
Criminals Hide
- ;
MONTEV1DO, Uruguay, March
21. -(AP) A more than ssaally
xtlre mntt led the dogcatcher
smack Into fS.OOS today.
- The dog-, making: getaway,
ran Into a house where four
criminals, ' objects of a nation
wide man hant, were hiding; The
fear were arrested later by i a
force of police, aided by Sixty
soldiers armed with rifle.
The dogcatcher sets the ; re
ward. - : ' ':
Oregon Student ;
Gets Fellowship
BALTIMORE, M a reh 2S-
(AP) The award of nine chem
istry fellowship at John Hopkins
university, each of which pro
vides $1,S00 s year for tonr years
was announced tonight. The new
awards- Include: Philip O. Ack-
erman, CorraHIs, Oregon, Oregon
State Agrleultural college.
Kew SS
Sraopsis of tba Aaaaal Stalament of
The Seearity Sfataal Ldfo-lasaraaoe Ooaa-
pany of Ldaeolo. ia tbo State of Kebraa-
ka. aa the thirtr-fint ear of- Deeeaaber.
isso, aaaao to taa Lesmrsn.ee Catatisatoa
er of tbo Stat ad .Oregoa parsesat to
, OAPITAL
Aaaoaat of eapisai ataab: paid P, Koae.
Aavujaav
Total prowiaia ineoaao for tbo year,
ttJ4.Sl.
Zntereat, dirldeads sad Teats reeeired
Carta taa year, fZ3S.7Zl.S7.
insoaie rreaa etaer
aooree reeeired
dariaa tbo raar. S1S.4S1.0S.
Total btceraa. 81.214.88 89.
DISBTJBSEsfENTS
Paid, for losses, eadaamieats, asauIUas
aad sarreader aalaaa. SSe0.SSS.21.
INTidastda paid e poUayboMera darina;
tao yver. oxxa,ix.lo.
- XHrtdeads paid aa espital stock dariag
taa raar. a one. i.
Coatatiaaioas aad salaries paid darinf
taa year. Siyu.3TS.ls.
Taxoa, lioanaea aad fees paid dariag
tne year, fsa.syo.ov.
AaeeeBt of all otber expenditure,
S120.lfrS.S7.
Total axpeaditares. I749.IS2.0S.
ASSETS -
afaao of real aatata ' owaod (atarket
retaa), 8S1S.1ST.6S. - .
Tatae of stocks and beads owned ( atar
ket or smoitlsed aalae). S42S.013.S5.
Loaas'ea aiortgstes aad eollsteral, Ot.,
fZ.444.725.BS. ,
Prnuni aotoa aad policy leaaa, f9S4.-
SST.7.
Cask ia baabe aad oa baad. 88TJ0S.S4.
Not eneolloeted aad deferred preminma.
K09.Z1BJS.
Interest sad rests ds ssd aeeraed
S5s.esi.lL. . -
Other aaeete (aeO. ll.S4.t.
Total adauttad aaaats. S4.S2S.8SSSS,
ZJABrLrlTTES , . -Vat
Mumi HTiMiSS.0L ' '
Gross elsiaui for losses ansa's, ,
1S1.TS. - ' - '
AU otbar Itabliitiaa. 8780,874.80.
Taaal liabilitiaa, oxelasiro ot capital
Stock, 4.829,8f8.8J. -
BUSIVKSS IK ORU001T
roa THK TEAR
eroes promioaaa rs sat tad dariag tbo
rear, ei4.8oe.ee.
- ProaUojas sad djrtdeads retaraed dor-
m tka ur. S5 11.17
I as ass paid darinf tbo yeer, 1.000.00,
Haao of Company. TM eeearity si
taat Ufa TanaaM OumMir. . -
Kama of Praaidoat. K. . 8tepbaasoa.
;..KKM of oeretary, M. Ju SMt,
Statutory reaidest attoraey far serrioe,
Haao. :
HOLLYWOOD
aStiramouyd9ktiaea
Starta
. Snnday
. A Days
Midnight ; .
' llatinee
ll:SO P. L
Satnrday
fSATURDAX
t i
Orc-cn, Friiay Ucrzlr.-. Uzrch 27, 1S31 -
TO SHOP PUIS
Finst ::;
C Continued from pa X)
SUtesmaa la clicking through a
racing press. Upstairs a. oauery
ef machines dlsgorse hot lines of
type? . . ....v...,.v
There-ere thoesenda of people
to be Berred. In the morning.
Some ire sgTleulturlsts bat what
changes In the crops they growf
Some make pap trom- trees,
spindly when , The Statesman
first niaeed its damn. Inky cheek
against an Oregon table,- '
Sam Tnarston sixea - nusui
tta trrltnrv mnat b - keDt for
the democrats. Now what poli
tician: would face s payroll f for
BO men and women a weez sua
keep, tons of paper rolling.; from
tne mill! ' ' ' ' " "
i w dare not reminisce. , .The
eternal cry of "copy comes. Ana
tomorrow tomorrow , , is siarcn
sr natndtoa. Praatiare. Accom
plishment. ' The Statesman ia to
bare sv birthaay. ,
nr eonne newsosDers ' hare
Kirtrilava. Are thev not human?
Isn't this the grown man which
waa thin boy, appearing once
a week, on Oregon City streets t
Waa n't n naner1 ereaf - TOUT
score of obaerrationa hare been
mirrored in the black and white
of its columned countenance.
And baa it a ioalT If not.
why the struggle for better cor-
srnmnntT . Aiit wnac or eini
war loyalties? And down througB
tne raars! watt or tna eontuni
urge for progress and for better
ment 7
Body, soul, thai personality:
s newspaper.
"Copy.-
Bnmr . f n f nnl wftfi frita
Issue . . , a new day is abornlng.
Tomorrow . . an octogenarian
shall arise! I
Conferences Set
By Farm Board
WASHINGTON, March It.
(APIThe farm board snnosne.
ed today that s series of sectional
conference will be held dnrtnr
April to disease plans for organ
izing', a cooperatlre terminal
ntarketlnr agency for fruit and
regetablea. :
The conferences will be held tn
JackaonTflle. Fla., April I; St.
Lamia, April . and Washington,
Apru. s. :
Crowley Named
Head of Fleet
WASmNQTON, Jlarch llX
iati a iornAr a nam an. nits
and master of aeagelns ahlpa to
day we selected to head i the
gnrernments Merchant Fleet
cornoratlorr. .
He is Elmer E. Crowley of New
ion, woo came from a aeaxaring
family and aigned before the
mast ss s youth. -
Pinnacle Given
College in Will
J)KDHAM, Mass.. March It
CAP) The Rev. William Barton
ot Foxboro and. Oak Park. 111., an-
tnorit on Lincoln, left a mountain
to Berea college. Ky. by hiar will
which waa filed for probate today.
Besides receiving the mountain,
called the Pinnacle." to be nsed ss
a forest precerve. Berea was will
ed SS.eOe. i
GAS DOTTX AGJLDf
8 AN FRANCISCO. March St.
CAP) The first change In the
so called sras "war altumtlon
was noted today. Many stations
selling major oil company pro
duct reduced the re taa price to
11' cents a gallon. ,
FLIER IS KILLED
SAN DIEGO. March 26. (AP)
Injuria received la a plane
crash res al tad in the death today
of Lieutenant Elvin B. Ryan,
msrlas corps flier.' i
Hosae tteO Talkie
TODAY aad SATURDAY
Special Mickey Moose.
Matinee Saturday
1:30 P. Md v
Gilbert and Beery in n
teausi that riH win the JaMSgts-and-thrill
: rhamploneklpt
JJOMN ; - .
. with -. .
. WALLACE
BEERY
Jim Tnlly, Leila Ilyams
- Polly Moran
a fora
SAM
WOOD QmT
1
prod net ion
AUUlUn
Also Serial
Tbe Indiana are Comtn.
Fables Comedy and. News
P0LLYVC0D1
.y battled
u 1 round i i
f the i
WUUU 4
Railroad Chief a
Of Yf est Gather;
Reveal llothing
. rOUTLAND, Ore., Ilarch, 1 1.
APijTiA.nrsiidAnta of westers
railroads concluded a two-day ex
Mctlvfr MBfereseo here today but
refused to rereal what plans, if
any, they had formulates. , ,
It was understood one of the
principal anbjeeta dlsenssed waa
the lumber tariff bat the-railroad
men said nothing definite was de
termined and they could make no
announcement.
Ml ID CD
PECO OiLW
The' Tlgard Lions club had its
rfharter presentation banquet
Thursday erealng at Berg's
Chalet, two miles couth of Tigard.
District Gorernor Jack ; Ferris, of
La Grande, presented the charter.
Harry Haynes, president ot the
Portland club, acted as - toast-'
master and Jtaaoelate Justice
George Rossmsm. member ef the
Salem Lions dab, delivered the
address of the evening. '
Better citizenship was the sub
ject chosen by Judge Rossman.
He pointed out that it ia not the
fact that thia country ha not'
rood citizens, but that It Is often
the few that take an active part
In the sorernmeot. He - called
particular attention to the large
exemption list from Jury duty end
stated that most, ot the dtlsens
who were best Qualified for this
duty and who owed it to the state
to aerre were exempt. He -urged,
the member ot the Tigard den
to take an active part in the up
building of their community. .
Salem's part of the entertain-,
ment Included numbers by the
Lions club trio and a reading by
Mrs. Ralph Kletsln.
Salem Lions and wives who at
tended the banquet included Mr.
and afrs. Newell William. Mr.
aad Mr. Harry W. Scott, Mr. and
Mrs. O. D. Olson, Mr. snd Mrs.
Ralph, B. Kletxing. Mr. snd lira.
George Rossman and son George
Jr Mr. Ranee Nile. Mr. M. S.
Cheek. Mr. A. S. Johnson.
In- presenting the charter Fer
ris announced that the Tigard
clan was the thirteenth new club
to be organized In Oregon since
last Jane. . He aald that there
were now over 2B0O Lions clubs
and nearly SO In Oregon.
Record Honey
Maker Retires
BAN FRANCISCO. March
CAP) Captain WUlUm M. Sum
van, who in 41 years of aortic
ia credited with having made mere
money than any. other man on the
Pacific coast, retired from active
duty on pension from the government.-'
i Captain gnlllvaa entered
the service in the United States
mint her la ItSt. '
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SilLEQ DEOHTERB
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to the public, were declared to
have put UP tne bear; appearance
and, argument of their series. The
rvii-ral'ta rnam which debated l&St
night had been judged the weaker
oi the- two teams iron iui
SChOOl. --f"' - - ' i
shannon TTome. debate coach.
declared last night that he could
not account foe the defeat, parti
cularly in face ot the fact that
Prof. IL E. Rahe, Willamette cri
tic Judge, had rated his team high
on alL three points, delivery, ar-
m m n t and rebutta.1. and that he
had. pointed out a few minor de
fects which the team had correct
ed. V
'naanlta, in tafeat last nirht.
he flalam team hara an ereellant
debate record this year under the
guidance or liogue, who has wmp-
ned four untried student Into
streng; contenders for the district
tine.! ; - . '
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cduorji passes c:j
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lawao, one of 'the two towns
making up the Molokai colony of
600-odd lepers. . :
Kept Pace Witb
World's Affairs
Until his eyesight failed, he
kept pace with the world's af
faire through a - dozen carefully
selected aewsseipers and maga
zines. His personal correspond
ence "ras one of his greatest
Joysj He' remembered with s
card and a bit of .verse the
birthday each year of every one
of his many friends, and the oc
casional visitors to the settle
ment always made pilgrimage to
hi r little rough-board house.
where the little man with the
abort grrey beard alwaya stood
ready to greet them smilingly,
his bine eyes twinkling . behind
his goldrlmmed specs".t
- And his last months here were
brlahtened be the visits, when
ever his strength permitted, of
many who were proud to know
the happy.Samarltaa.
District Chief
Of Lions Here
v'Ko-'iv- '.- '
Jack Ferris, district governor
ot the Oregoa district ot Lions
clubs, will be a Balem visitor Fri
day. He will confer on Lions
elab mattera with Newell - Wil
liams. president of the Salem
club, and ia expected to visit with
Governor Julius Meier,' who' is a
member of the dab. " " V V
The California automobile asso
ciation estimates motorists use
41 MOMfl0 gallons ot lubricating
on ' ah'uuany.; ; '.'..:
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TODAY
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an say . . . "my
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Counter Attack
Hade on German
Customs Scheme
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PAUI3, March 2(AP)
Striking at the . Austro-German
trad accord, the customs commit
tee ef the chamber ot deputies
proposed-today a general customs
agreement among - all European
nations except Austria and Ger
many. Meanwhile,. Foreign Secretary
Arthur Henderson told the Asso
ciated press the British and
French governments were agreed
the contemplated treaty should
be submitted to the lesgu of
nations to determine whether it
violates the Geneva protocol a o
der which France, Italy and
Czechoslovakia guaranteed a loan
to Austria. : ,
K. SS
..Synopsis of tea Aanual Statement ot
mo uiicN raetlis Ldt laaoranra Com.
;ue uauea J-eetlie Ldt laaoranro Com
ny ( Seattle, ia the tsts pf Wsihins
ion, an the tirt firit day at December.
L830. aaada to e Iaaaraaaa Cmm
ton
1830.
aiooar af too State ot Oragoa, porsaaat
ww aaa w a
4 t CA?ITAI
Amoant of sspitsl stock' paid as.
1200,000.00. p
TSCOItt
Teeal premium iaeoasa . tor tee rear.
S83.4VS.6S.- - '
Iatoreati dlrideadt sad rente reeeired
daring the TCar, S,S84lO.
Income from otber eeares reeeired
darlas tne year, S200.41S.14.
Total iaeoasa, 8388.484.75.
yiBBva.aEu.csT a
Paid tor losses, eadewmants, aonnlties -and
aarreader valnas, 87,500.00. .
Dirideade paid to policyholders daring
the yeer, ft'ena.
Dirideaaa paid oa eaptUl stock dorlsff
the year, Keao.
Commissions aad aalariae paid darina:
the raar, 8S8.06S.oa.
' Taxes. Ileenaee aad fees paid darina
the year. S-85.
Arnoanl sll ether srpenditaxee, $59,-'
T20.ll.
Total expenditures. $121,890.08.
JlSSETa
Taloo of real estate owded (market
alas), Ko-ne. I
Value ot stocks snd besds ownd (mar
ket er amortised value). 1C1. 471.91.
Loans oa mort(a(s and collateral, eta,
Koae.
Framlnm aotoa and policy loans, Kene.
Gash ta baak aad oa hand, $189,208.-
Ket anenllected sad deferred premiums.
Sll.SS8.T8. i .
Iateraat aad reats dea aad accrued.
Sl.ies.4T.
Othar asssta at), S91S.84.
. Total atmitted asta, 8878,622.45.
. - . LIABILITIES
Ket reaerree, 128,122.02.
Grass claims for leasee aapaid, Kane.
' AU other liabilities. 83,748.11.
ToUl liahiktiee, eselasive of capital
Stock of S200.0O0.00. 829,888.11. .
BUoIXESS IS OREGON
roa THK TEAR
Cross promiaams reeeiTod daring tko
year. fl.S80.SS.
Prasaiams sad dirideads returned i dar-
lsc the year. woae-. I
Lhm paid darina; the year, Koue. -Kama
of Osoooay, United Paeifie Iif
lasaranea Company. r- .
Asms er Pretidtnt, E. B. Bhenrta.
Name at Secretary, U. O. Tlshhaek. Jr.
Statatery reaidaat eUoraer for aarrics.
X. M. Adams. .
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